Lacey Square Frames 2


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Ok, so what do I have for you today? Well, following Lacey Squares, Circle and Border 1, I now have Lacey Square Frames 2 for you…I wonder if I’ll have a circle or border to match? ;) I cut my lace frame from some lightweight 160 gsm card (approx 60 lbs) along with a sticky mat and a pretty sharp blade.

I’ve also added the digital Sentiment I used for my card.  I changed the colour of my digi sentiment to match the colour scheme of my card using this method.

lacey square 2 card

Here’s your Free Digi Sentiment:
(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)

Sunshine & Smiles

Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Lacey Square Frames 2 by Bird

Lacey Square Frames 2 Digital Cutting File by Bird

44 thoughts on “Lacey Square Frames 2

  1. Linda from Arizona

    Your card is beautiful! I just hope I can make something as exquisite. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.

  2. sharon

    Anther beautiful and functional design for card making and scrapbooking. Thank you Bird, you’re the best

  3. Nicky

    Your card is beautiful! I just hope I can make something as exquisite. Thank you so much for all sharing your talent with us.

  4. Karla

    Thank you for sharing the file and your talent. Very pretty card. Hope I can get mine to cut as perfect as yours (need a new blade). Thanks again!

  5. Karen

    I am in awe over all of your designs and find it incredible of how your intricate cuts look so beautiful.

    Do you have suggestions in terms of …paper? …blade? …speed? …depth? …machine?

    I hope to eventually figure this out but wish the learning curve was a little easier (and less expensive)


    1. Karen

      I guess what I was trying to ask is …paper mfgr? …silhouette blade or the kind you replace in a blade holder? Etc…thanks!

    2. Bird Post author

      I have a Zing and use the Make the cut software so I’m not sure that my settings (height = 25 post it notes, force = 65, standard blade, offset .30, speed 10, one pass) would help you.

      Although no matter what machine, I would suggest a nice sticky mat and a fairly sharp blade and not to have the blade any deeper than the thickness of the material you are cutting as it can rip your cardstock. Also not try to cut very intricate designs in thick card, it’s not a card base so 160gsm/60lbs is plenty thick enough for lace-y designs.

      I hope all of that made sense :)

  6. Bev

    I rarely use yellow, but your card is so soft and lovely. If I even have yellow in my stash, I’ll copy it. Thank you for the file and the tips on how to cut it.

  7. sandy evans

    Oh how beautiful…. you are so talented and so generous with your amazing cards.. I do have a question, I don’t know how to cut the sentiment. Any help would so be appreciate, you have such wonderful sentiments I would love to be able to use them. I have a silhouette cameo. Do I make it into a print and cut or just print it on my computer.. Thanks again Bird.
    Sandy Evans

  8. Jane

    Absolutely gorgeous, I am fairly new to your website and the free files available online but I am hooked, I adore my Portrait and use it all the time. Only had it since Christmas but learning all the time and have just upgraded to the Designer Edition, love it. I have just made my first lace type card from scratch! Keep up the good work, love Jane x

  9. Helen

    Thank you very much for your dedication running this blog and for sharing your amazing skills with the rest of us


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